I was looking back over some notes and noticed some remarks about Google hiring people to work at home and to be honest they are starting to bore me they all show the same checks with the same types of text and to be honest the search engine optimization on these pages is pretty good. All these Google scams are the same and I see two major players in the market today on these scams and they are Just Think Media, and Pacific WebWorks.
We have seen these scams shown on a couple of fake news sites such as the Los Angeles Tribune I am pretty sure this page never scammed anyone from LA because the LA paper is the Los Angeles Times, also I found the Weekly Reports which does a news article from Mike Childers what a joke because the email for Mike Childers goes to Tom Chiltin oops we have a problem here.
So we go over the story of good old Mike Richardson who conveniently lives in the same neighborhood as you. For my computer it shows that he lives in Winston Salem, NC as we can see in the screenshot on the left. So this is great he is married and lost his job as a boring account rep for a manufacturing company. And now he makes around $5000 to $7000 dollars scamming you I mean using the “Google Master” program and all he had to do is post the links that Google gave him. Apparently “Google hass been making people rich overnight” (spelling mistake is not mine, I am sure I have others) and “been helping people to work from home and give them new jobs”
These Google Scams are all the same we want you to pay us a few pennies so you can get rich and make so much money you can scam others. The steps they want you to take are identical to the Kevin Hoeffer scams except they are now for the “Google Master” Scam, except we are getting desperate for people who are desperate because now they claim they will send you the first check in about 48 hours. Holy cow I can make $1500 dollars in 48 hours! Sign me up for this great Google scam!
So I run downstairs to tell my wife (this is a blog I can write fiction right?) and I show it to her on my iPhone and now “Mike Richardson is from ,” oh no he moved that quickly out of my neighborhood so I run back and up and the my computer shows him from Winston Salem. Okay that was all BS I know what is going on I just wanted to see what it would be like to be able to write fiction about working for “Google Master” and scamming people out of millions. You can see the iPhone screenshot on your right and there is no city listed that is because they are using IP Detection and Geolocation so they can bring this closer to your door step to make you create an association. Remember in sales there are a few fundamentals and that is overcoming objections, make associations, and build a trust factor, the last part of sales is take your money and run. They try to do all of these. One other thing I noticed is that they have a coupon code that you can use with the code of CASH4ME which will always work and all you get scammed out of is $0.99 cents. They make sure to put that this is a limited number of coupons but the code is still working as of today. Easy enough just output the date. These guys are web developers after all they work for Pacific WebWorks they should be able to do anything with the internet, except make money legit.
Okay so lets look at the rest of the page and see what we come up with they have ads on the screen and they take you to a guess what? Order “Google Master” so you too can get scammed, but it takes you to a different ordering site and this one is for “Proven Google Profit System” or better known as “Google Click Money” . But these idiots never get the names right because at the bottom of the screen it says “This service is not endorsed by or affiliated with MSNBC, CNN, ABC or USA Today. Googleâ„¢ does not sponsor, endorse, and is no way affiliated with INCOME EASY STREET.” so now another company name. I wish they would just choose one so we can track them easier but then again I guess they cant scam you out of your money if they don’t change names now and then.
Lets look at the terms and conditions of both, one says NetPro Marketing terms and conditions and the other one says “*Products provided by Pacific WebWorks, Inc. and/or affiliated companies.” Â so now I wonder if that is two different companies or just one company I have not found this information yet but one claims to be out of New York and we know Pacific WebWorks is out of Utah. I am tired of trying to track them down all the time, maybe they should just get an office in Cyprus and they can hang out with Jesse Wilms and Just Think Media or they can move down south and hang out with Anthony Morrison, or maybe the damn FTC needs to get involved and shut this crap down, but I am thinking they have no teeth.
Anyways they want you to sign up and get your 7 day trial and if you want to cancel you can call “1-800-497-4988″ Â or “888-651-9818″, now I will have to say the one that we know is operated by Pacific WebWorks is a scam and we know there is hidden billing and here it is “Should You fail to cancel Your Subscription within the 7-day trial You will be billed $79.90 at the completion of the 7-day trial and every month thereafter for continued services and hosting of your Visual Webtools software unless canceled by You.” however the NetPro Marketing terms of service are just down right brutal and we should string up the person responsible for these those terms of service read
by purchasing this product, you, the buyer, agree to adhere to the trial periods as outlined on the order page, confirmation of order page, and confirmation email, which is that you are clearly indicating that you affirmatively give express informed consent to acceptance of the offer, including enrollment in the negative option programs, and that you are ordering the Click Money CD for $1.95, and are also being enrolled in the 3 day trial membership. After the 3 day trial, you will be charged a one time fee of $129.95. You will be charged $39.98 30 days later and every month thereafter if you do not cancel. You also agree to the 14 day bonus trials to Home Source Academy for $29.95 a month thereafter should you choose not to cancel
What the hell they are going to charge me after 3 days $129.95 and they are going to sign me up for another service called Home Source Academy I quit I am just going to keep working my 9 to 5. These clowns are also known for “negative option billing scams” and will take you for everything you have. I also noticed that while they claim to be refundable if you do not cancel during the 3 days you are:
In order to not be charged any future reoccurring cost, please give ample time (2 business days) to be cancelled out of any reoccurring billing system before the next scheduled charge to your account (this does not apply during any trial period). Not canceling trial programs constitutes authorization, by you, the buyer, for any charges (as outlined) for the associated bonus service until your request to cancel has been received by our customer service staff. By not canceling the bonus program during the trial period or prior to two days before a scheduled billing cycle, you agree that any reoccurring charges billed to you will be non-refundable.
So I will not get my money back once I notice they took it great just great! So anyways I could write all day on this but now I want you to write about it, post comments and let us know what you find we have to find out who NetPro Marketing is because these idiots need to be stopped. As a reminder I need your help! Scam Times is beginning to review work at home opportunities in a less conventional way, we are not only looking at the terms and conditions we are actually doing each and every opportunity we review and we will be making sure that we generate at least enough money to get our first investment back so what we need from you is two or three things. We need ideas of products to review, if your generous we could use a tip in the tip jar over on the right to help pay for some of these costs because I will be losing money on these opportunities at first and some will outright fail! So leave us your comments and if you want to suggest a work from home review or know someone who runs one let us know!